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Sounds perfect for a Vesper - and glad you saw the heron!

Pipit.
----- Original Message -----
From: "JoAnn Lafayette" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2005 1:05 PM
Subject: [VTBIRD] Tri-colored heron


> My apologies to the list for writing to Michel and sending it out to
> everyone.  Will I ever learn not to hit the reply button?  Sorry.
>
> The tri-colored heron was still at Dead Creek today, Sunday, around
> 11:30,  fishing in the same area described on Friday.
>
> Two immature eagles were walking along a log off the big parking lot at
> the end of Brilyea Access road.
>
> There was a sparrow sitting in the road not far from where I parked for
> the heron.  He had white outer tail feathers, was very wet, sunning
> himself and occasionally rubbing his body around in the dirt.  Streaky
> with a white eye ring. The only sparrow that looked right was a vesper
> sparrow.  Is that possible?  Had no camera with me.
>
> Jo Ann Lafayette Burlington

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